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how the federal False Claims Act, which allows the government to recover treble
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claims or make false statements to the government, has been used to achieve
a number of multimillion-dollar settlements with research institutions. The
article also discusses instances of temporary suspension of research activities
at a number of prominent institutions and the investigation of illegal "inducements"
or "kickbacks" provided by manufacturers to researchers and by research institutions
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